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LX7 optical mouse

I am using a brand new LX7 optical mouse with a Toshiba laptop. When I plug in the mouse, it keeps "backspacing" e.g. I open an email - it closes it e.g. I open a program, it closes it. Laptop works fine with the built in button / tablet mouse Any ideas?

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  • OC Banker Aug 14, 2007

    Solved it myself
    Tok out and reinserted batteries, which reset the mouse
    So far so good

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Is your back button stuck under the left click button? Mine did this, simply pry up on the let click button and it will release.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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